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1. 1546 History of Social Theory.

Given the importance of capitalism it is not unusual to find that a number of leading sociologists have devoted a great deal of effort to the study of capitalism, its emergence and its effects on society. One of these theorists is Max Weber. However, an examination of Weber's interpretation of society, especially in terms of the social fact of existing wage gaps, shows that his theory can be considered one-sided. With this in mind, the purpose of this paper will be to outline how Weber is one-sided, to apply this viewpoint in the analysis of the social fact of existing wage gaps, and to evaluate this analysis in terms of its strengths and weaknesses. 5 pgs. 16 f/c. 5b.
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  • Filename: 1546 Social Theory.doc
  • Price: US$44.75

2. 1905 Montaigne's 'On three kinds of social intercourse'.

In his essay, 'On three kinds of social intercourse,' Michel de Montaigne uses the writing technique of reflective or rhetorical speech, which facilitates the understanding of his writing. This paper will discuss Montaigne's reflective, rhetorical style and will comment on his use of various personal issues and experiences relating to his point which make his ideas easier to understand, much like other Humanist writers did. This paper will argue, that Montaigne's essay is not only important for what it tells us about these three kinds of social association, but also for the way in which he tells it to his readers. As a Humanist, Montaigne was profoundly aware of the important relationship between subject matter and manner of explaining it. 4.5 pgs. 15 f/c. 4b.
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  • Filename: 1905 Montaigne's social intercourse.doc
  • Price: US$40.28

3. 2386 The Ideal of Progress in Emile Durkheim's The Elementary Forms of Religious Life.

This paper argues that Western thought since the time of Aristotle has reflected a similar confidence in the capacity of the intellect to analyse the natural world, whether it be real or abstract. However, Durkheim's commitment represents a more particular version of this phenomenon. 5 pgs. 4 f/c.1b.
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  • Filename: 2386 Durkheim Forms Religion.doc
  • Price: US$44.75

4. 2428 A Critical Response to the Representation of Marx in Ideology and the Development of Sociological Theory.

This paper will discuss Irving Zeitlin's work and his treatment of Marxist thought. It will be seen that the primary objective of the text is to "rehabilitate" Marxist theory from the "barnacles" of misconception that have been attached to it since its first appearance. 8 pgs. 11 f/c. 1b.
  • Pages: 8
  • Bibliography: 1 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 2428 Representation of Marx.doc
  • Price: US$71.60

5. 2478 Social Construction of Gender.

This paper looks at how capitalism, religion and our language are all directly connected to how society shapes the stigmatization of certain genders and sexual behaviors. This paper looks at two authors and how they show that gender and sexuality are socially constructed by elites. 10 pgs. 13 f/c. 5b.
  • Pages: 10
  • Bibliography: 5 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 2478 Social Construction Gender.doc
  • Price: US$89.50

6. 2493 Community.

This paper discusses a concept that can be used to draw boundaries for groups of exceedingly diverse peoples. This concept is "community" that represent boundaries and demarcate small territories which may be then subsumed under the umbrella term: "nation" or "society" or "culture". This paper asserts that certain communities may even supplant the nation or the society as that which identifies and construes meaning for the individuals in the group and the group itself. 10 pgs. 14 f/c. 5b.
  • Pages: 10
  • Bibliography: 5 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 2493 Community.doc
  • Price: US$89.50

7. 2704 Durkheim, Marx, and Weber Explanations of Traditional Societies and the Transition to a New Capitalist Social Order.

This paper will demonstrate that each of these thinkers has shifted the course of history some more dramatically than others and, at the very least, all have greatly contributed to the understanding of modern society. By looking at the broad views of each author in turn it will be clear that it is not really an issue of who has provided the better ideas; but rather, who provides the best or most convincing ideas from the perspective the analyst is looking at the situation from. In other words, selecting the most convincing theoretician of the three depends on where one stands. Unless we commit to being static and narrow-minded creatures, therefore, the conclusions drawn in this paper are not unquestionable. The objective here is to explore, not to chart the map. 12 pgs. 16 f/c. 7b.
  • Pages: 12
  • Bibliography: 7 source(s) listed
  • Filename: 2704 Durkheim Marx Weber.doc
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